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Genetic counseling, Primary care - pediatrics




Margaret Adam, M.D., is a board certified physician at Seattle Children's Hospital and a UW professor of Pediatrics and Genetic Medicine. She also provides genetic consultations for pregnant women through the Prenatal Diagnostic Center at UW Medical Center.

Dr. Adam diagnoses and manages infants, children and adolescents with a variety of genetic conditions. She feels it is rewarding to provide answers and give parents an idea of what they can expect in the future. These families want answers, and she works to provide those answers for them.

Dr. Adams earned her M.D. at Stanford. She is board certified in both Clinical Genetics and Pediatrics. She has a special interest in Mowat-Wilson syndrome, for which she has conducted clinical research. She is currently involved as the primary geneticist in the Multidisciplinary Differences in Sex Development clinic at Seattle Children's Hospital.
Stanford University Medical Center

Residency, 2003, Medical Genetics

Lucile Packard Children's Hospital

Residency, 2001, Pediatrics

Lucile Packard Children's Hospital

Internship, 1999, Pediatrics

Stanford University School of Medicine

Medical education, 1998


Board Certifications
  • Clinical Genetics, 2005, American Board of Medical Genetics
  • Pediatrics, 2002, American Board of Pediatrics